Having worked in the British, French and Swiss financial press, Romain is able to report on local and international issues, as comfortable in French as in the language of Shakespeare, Romain Fournier leads the editorial team at Marketscreener. Fine connoisseur of the English-speaking markets, Romain delivers an editorial every day on US and UK markets.
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- Renault's decision to resume car manufacturing in Russia has drawn sharp criticism from its largest shareholder, the French government, according to The Telegraph.
- Adobe - The share of the Photoshop editor was down 2.9% in pre-trade after the announcement of profit forecasts and sales for the current quarter below expectations. Several analysts have also lowered their price target on the stock.
- Severstal may default on a dollar bond today, according to the WSJ.
- ZTE soars 60% after the investigation targeting the company in the U.S. ends.
- Luxury house Lanvin may enter Wall Street via SPAC Primavera Capital Acquisition.
- Authentication specialist Okta falls victim to hacking.
- Toshiba's elevator division, valued at $4 billion, is said to have some suitors.
- TotalEnergies is gradually winding down its activities in Russia.
- CLS Behring holds 94% of Vifor's shares at the end of the offer.
- Chinese regulators are pushing Alibaba and Baidu for more accounting transparency to help maintain their U.S. listing, according to Reuters.
- Elliott Consortium may offer an improved bid for Nielsen Holdings.
- Cresco is negotiating to buy Columbia Care for $2 billion, according to Reuters.
- Chinese developer Kaisa delays earnings release due to Shenzhen lockdown.
- The Boeing Company - One of the two black boxes of the China Eastern Airlines 737-800 plane that crashed in the mountains of southern China on Monday has been found, a representative of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said Wednesday.
- Apple - Several services of the American group, including Apple Music and the online store App store, affected Tuesday by an outage for the second consecutive day, are back in operation, shows a web page of the company.
- Crédit Agricole suspends its activities in Russia.
- Intel, Micron - Executives from both companies are expected to make a plea to the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday for increased federal support for semiconductor production.
- Western Digital - Kioxia Holdings announced Wednesday that it plans to build a new flash memory chip production facility with Western Digital in northern Japan. According to a source, the investment could be worth about 1 trillion yen.
- Gamestop - Billionaire Ryan Cohen's company acquired 100,000 shares of GameStop stock, according to a stock exchange notice published Tuesday. The video game distributor's stock climbed 11.7 percent Wednesday before the Wall Street opening.
- General Mills - The food company on Wednesday raised its full-year profit and revenue forecasts, helped by higher selling prices and strong demand for pet food products.
- Exxon Mobil - The oil company announced Tuesday that it has hired Dan Ammann, former president of General Motors, to lead its energy transition business effective May 1.
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